On the occasion of the twenty-ninth edition of the Salone Internazionale dell’Illuminazione, Fabbian Illuminazione presented a series of new collections which, along with technology and design, seeks to stimulate the user's creativity, offering new solutions to the ordinary requirements of lighting engineering.
Among the collections presented, we find Claque, a series of high-performance spotlights designed by Marc Sadler. Olympic, a collection of circular rings, by designer Lorenzo Truant, emits a diffused light and can be adjusted to create original geometric shapes, as well as being interlinked. Lens, designed by Lucie Koldova, is a group of metallic suspension lights whose substantial size allows them to fill large spaces, creating a pleasant, diffused and indirect light. Freeline, designed by Flynn Talbot, is a modular system allowing the light to be "transported" to various parts of the room, as required. The system works using intersectable tracks onto which three different types of spotlights can be positioned as desired: one spherical, one directed spotlight and one indirect light reflector.
Also new is the Metropole sectional system, designed by Marc Sadler, whose main attributes are its sound-absorbent fabric in various hues of natural colours, and its beech wood slats. An interesting addition to Marc Sadler's Giunco collection are his outdoor floor lamps in copper and brass. These are stylised, bell-shaped lamps that shine a spotlight onto paths and gardens that require illumination. By contrast, Beluga Royal is a collection of spherical suspension lights in metallic transparent blown glass. They in turn reflect the surrounding light thanks to the mirroring effect of the glass, creating a beautiful, elegant ambience in the spaces in which they are placed. Finally, there is Crio, one of Fabbian's historic best-sellers that has seen the addition of an extra large version. Namely, an LED suspension light with a diameter of 180cm. This suspension light is available in various finishes: white, natural wood, and dark wood.